Seryn : Daytrotter Session / On Tour Again  / Tattoo ?
Hear 4 Seryn songs recorded live for Daytrotter here.

Seryn is also headed back out on tour in July / Aug. / Sept., with a lot more dates to be announced, current dates at the bottom.
Tattoo ?  Yep, a Seryn fan got the lyrics from their song We Will All Be Changed tattooed all around, and around, and around his arm.  There’s a video of it, tweets about it, etc. Read about it in the Dallas Observer here 🙂
And if for any crazy reason you don’t have their new record, use the link below !
This Is Where We Are cd / lp / mp3  available here.

Tracks, bio, photo, dates, video, etc : here.

‘River Song’ video here.

Named as the # 1 performance of SXSW” – Paste Magazine
“It certainly pays to have a jack-of-all-trades in your band, but when you have 5, the results are magical” – Magnet Magazine
It is one of the years best albums, local or otherwise” – Ft. Worth Star Telegram
“A great album that is filled with anything but redundancy; the kind of debut that is definitely full of promise – Delusions of Adequacy

Seryn
07/15  Dallas, TX @ All Good Cafe
07/16  Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
07/22  Hot Springs, AR @ Maxine’s
07/23  Oxford, MS @ Blind Pig
07/24  Chattanooga, TN @ Honest Pint
07/27  Atlanta, GA @ Paste Magazine Offices (live taping)
07/28  St. Simons Island, GA @ Palm Coast
07/30  Tampa, FL @ State Theater / Antiwarpt Festival
08/01  Tallahassee, FL @ Mockingbird Cafe
09/17  Jackson, TN @ Barefoot Joes

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